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Hi All,

Can you please suggest me materials including book for SCBCD exam.
i have planned to do it on Januray. just 2 1/2 months is that ok?. please guide me.

Thanx in advance
 
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Hi there

Headfirst EJB by Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates (This book is fantastic and should easily see you through the SCBCD exam with good score.) The book is mainly oriented towards SCBCD and covers all objectives of the exam. If you have more time and want to know more about EJBs you should refer few chapters from Mastering EJB2 by Ed Roman. The book is freely downloadable in pdf format from http://www.theserverside.com. Remember to download 2nd edition which addresses EJB 2.0 specification.

Here is the link for SCBCD resources.

Use EJB 2.0 Specs for reference it will definitely help but not really required.

There are free mock exams available on ejbcertificate.com which are quite useful.
 
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And yes 2 1/2 months is more than sufficient. I prepared for 27 days...and got 97% but I do have prior EJB experience.
 
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Really ??? you got the certification after just 27 days of studying??? do you have an experience working in EJB so that you just took 27 days or you are new in EJB??
 
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oh sorry, didn't read this (but I do have prior EJB experience.)

 
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Thirunas,

his link may be useful in SCBCD preparation

http://java.boot.by/bcd-guide

HTH,
MZ
 
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I have found SCBCD Exam Study Kit by Paul Sanghera as the best book for passing the SCBCD exam, whether you are a beginner or an expert. To the point, concise, but still enough depth.
 
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